Most people in America have never heard of the Fabian Society. When brought up in conversation, most people are pretty fucking dumbfounded. When one tries to discuss it, one is often times met with a strange sort of resistance from the casual observer of politics. Often times, when one delves deep into the Fabian Society while conversing, one is called a “conspiracy theorist” and even entertaining the idea of this little known Society is considered laughable to some. Some crazy bitch once screamed “Truther!” at me. The truth is, the Fabian Society has been a huge part of British politics since it was officially founded on January 4th, 1884. This semi-secret society was formed out of the short-lived group, the Fellowship of the New Life.
So being a British thing, why would the Fabian Society even have to be known to us Americans? Well, quite simply, this parasitic Society has penetrated our government and our economy and has set in motion a course of events that have already been ruining our nation for over a century. I wrote about their tactics already in my five part series “The Five Developmental Stages of the Progressive Beast” (Part I, II, III, IV and V). You should probably read all of those long ass articles. Once understanding how the Fabian Society works, you’ll see how it created a template used by the Progressives.
The Fabian Society was formed by intellectuals: powerful men with a lot of influence who wanted to cement themselves as the ruling class of the world. The mission of this semi-secret society was to establish a socialistic order, not just in England but worldwide. Operating under the radar, the Fabians were able to make some power moves and change the damn game pretty drastically. While the world was in fear of the communists, who established their brand of hardcore socialism through violent revolution, the Fabians stayed out of public view, tinkering with the system little by little. Where the communists got their way by force, the Fabians were getting their way by chipping away at liberty in small increments. They infiltrated the existing system and changed it, as opposed to just violently overthrowing it. Through propaganda and legislation, the Fabian Society changed our way of life so slowly, that most of us didn’t even notice. It’s like the boiling frog theory.
How did the Fabian Society pull the wool over the eyes of the people as well as opposing politicians? Well, to start, the word “socialism” was not to be used. Instead, they talked of benefits for the people. These benefits were welfare, medical care, higher wages and better working conditions. On one hand they called for social justice and socialist legislation behind a mask, while on the other hand they spoke out against the spread of communism. The reason for this was not because they opposed communist ideals, they just opposed the methods the communists used to obtain them. However, the Fabians were very aware that if the world was pointing the finger at Russia, China and all the other communist shitcocks that rose to power, that no one would be watching them and their slow-roasted socialism could flourish. In fact, the Fabian Society adopted the turtle as their symbol.
The three leaders of the Fabian Society in the early days were George Bernard Shaw and husband and wife, Sidney and Beatrice Webb. The Webbs, along with Shaw, would go on to found the London School of Economics. This is an important point that I will get into a little further into this article. Other prominent members of the Fabian Society were Annie Besant, Graham Wallas, Edward R. Pease, Hubert Bland, and Sydney Olivier. H.G. Wells was also a member at a point.
To see how motivated and twisted these people are, one just has to look at the Beatrice Webb House in Surrey, England. That house has a pretty creepy stained glass window (seen above) which has the following written on it:
Dear love, couldst thou and I with fate conspire
To grasp this sorry scheme of things entire,
Would we not shatter it to bits, and then
Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire!
In describing the stained glass window, G. Edward Griffin in his book “The Creature from Jekyll Island” wrote:
Beneath the line “Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire!”, the mural depicts Shaw and Webb striking the earth with hammers. Across the bottom, the masses kneel in worship of a stack of books advocating the theories of socialism. Thumbing his nose at the docile masses is H.G. Wells who, after quitting the Fabians, denounced them as “the new machiavellians.” The most revealing component, however, is the Fabian crest which appears between Shaw and Webb. It is a wolf in sheep’s clothing!
Pretty straight forward if you ask me.
Fabian founder George Bernard Shaw’s words should be pretty chilling to anyone with their wits about them. In fact, here’s a quote from Shaw:
Under Socialism, you would not be allowed to be poor. You would be forcibly fed, clothed, lodged, taught, and employed whether you liked it or not. If it were discovered that you had not the character and industry enough to be worth all this trouble, you might possibly be executed in a kindly manner; but whilst you were permitted to live, you would have to live well.
Now, why exactly is this crazy British socialist movement from over a hundred years ago a threat to America? Well, the answer to that isn’t too complex. Look around, the Fabian model is being used, most noticeably by the progressives. A slow moving socialist agenda, sold to the people as something else and gradually implemented law by law is the cause of America’s decay. Also, it’s not just a model followed by the progressive movement, it also has direct links to American bankers and politicians.
The London School of Economics, which was founded by the same intellectuals who started the Fabian Society, was the educational branch of their economic tyranny. Another one of the LSE’s founders, apart from the unholy trinity, was Lord Richard Burdon Haldane, a prominent and influential leader in the British Liberal Party and later the Labour Party. Lord Haldane described the purpose of the school:
Our object is to make this institution a place to raise and train the bureaucracy of the future Socialist State.
Still existing today, the school is one of the top institutions in the world for teaching economics and political science. However, their brand of teaching is of the same make and model as the Fabian Society’s. So, one could expect to go to this prestigious school and be indoctrinated with the fundamentals of socialist dogma. The disastrous and extremely flawed economic philosophy of John Maynard Keynes is the basis of LSE’s educational platform. I’m hoping those of you reading this are already aware of the horrible hold Keynesian economics has on the world and that it has been tested and tried for decades, only to leave the world in a state of global economic peril.
Throughout the years, the LSE has been funded by several questionable philanthropists. Most recently it was discovered that the school was receiving support from the Gaddafi Family in Libya. Yeah, the same dudes we’re trying to bomb the fuck out of as I write this (not that I agree with that war, by any means).
Going back to the beginning, the LSE has been funded by two families that should raise the eyebrows of conspiracy buffs and anyone who knows the real history of our own country’s central bank, the Federal Reserve. These two families are the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds. These two powerful families are actually of the same bloodline believe it or not. Well, the Rockefellers came out of the Rothschilds’ bloodline, as did other powerful families such as the Morgans, the Kennedys, the duPonts, the Tafts, the Schiffs, the Warburgs, the Oppenheimers, the Kuhns, the Loebs and many others. It’s a pretty extensive web that still has a strong grip on American and British society today! If you don’t know these names and recognize their significance, do your fucking homework.
So the people who created the Federal Reserve, also funded and helped establish the London School of Economics with the Fabian Society. Knowing those who were involved in its creation and that their descendants still support it today, is not the only compelling part of this true story. What’s also compelling is the list of people who have attended this school. Many of them were world changers with such powerful presences that their spirits still flourish and influence the world now.
Some of the most important alumni of the London School of Economics are President John F. Kennedy, British Prime Minister and Labour Party leader Lord Clement Attlee, Canadian Prime Ministers Pierre Trudeau and Kim Campbell, economist Paul Krugman, League of Nations diplomat and United Nations co-founder Sir Charles Kingsley Webster, current leader of the UK Labour Party Ed Miliband, former British Chief of Staff Tom Scholar, former Bill Clinton and John Kerry advisor Alan Blinder, former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, FDR’s economic advisor Lauchlin Currie, former HUD Chief of Staff Bruce Katz, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, Joseph Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Vanessa Kerry, Chairman of the CFR and the Trilateral Commission David Rockefeller, the current Counselor to the President Pete Rouse and the list just keeps going and going! To deny the importance and influence of these people in American, British and even Canadian politics would be ludicrous! These are the people that have molded the world into what it is.
The Fabian Society and the London School of Economics are still going strong today. Their socialist reach has broken through the armor of the freest nations in the world. The Fabian influence on America has been visible since the start of the progressive movement in the late 1800′s. Where the Russians and the Chinese implemented collectivism quickly through force, America has implemented collectivism slowly through legislation and deception. Unfortunately now, the deception has gone so deep that people accept it and beg for it! The progressives and socialists in America want more! The rest of us are left wondering if we can even dig ourselves out of the hole, as deep as it is right now.
The truth is, the Fabians are winning. They have been winning for a long time. They must be relishing in their success on one hand while still moving the pieces on the chess board with the other hand. When looking at those in power, especially those who we vote in, it is our responsibility to educate ourselves on all of their affiliations. If the London School of Economics is on someone’s resume, you had better find out why. Without sensationalizing this, there are those who have gone to the school who turned out okay: Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek comes to mind. It’s up to you to scratch the surface and and find the truth.